Cascade Gallery

Cascade Campus TH 102 | Gallery Director: Jacqueline Ehlis | cascade.gallery@pcc.edu

Slipping Underwater exhibitHeidi Schwegler, Slipping Underwater

Dates:
January 13, 2010 to February 18, 2010 (5 weeks)
Hours:
9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday
Opening Reception:
Thursday, January 14, 2010, 5pm to 8pm, TH 102
Artist Talk:
Wednesday, January 13, 2 to 3pm, TH102

Cascade Gallery presents Heidi Schwegler, Slipping Underwater. Schwegler is acknowledging Sartre’s existential concept that refers to self-deception, “I must know the truth very exactly in order to conceal it more carefully”, (Sartre, Being and Nothingness). As there is an indicative paradox built from the contradiction that oneself is free to make choices in life or oneself is bound to external circumstances. Contradiction riddles and laps against self. This is to demonstrate ‘bad faith’ and to exercise such bad faith is to experience anguish. Self inflected anguish has no conventional code of conduct, the opponent is invisible and does not exist, and is pointedly insidious. Schwegler’s installation is comprised of sculptural objects, digital images and video, placed together they become external manifestations of a moment of anguish.

Images from the Exhibition

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